My Life

My Life

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  • Here is the Lacoste family with the parents Kevin and Sally, and their 3 kids Sarah, Sophie, and of course me, Kevin
  • Oh crap.
  • I'm the oldest!
  • I was next!
  • dang its hard to run on sand.
  • Fast forward to my childhood... I'm living in Seaside where I have met my best friends. The beach is a place we could all go to get away from evrything and everyone.
  • You won't catch it!
  • Go long!
  • Here's me after playing quarterback for my team and celebrating another victory with my whole team.
  • woohoo!!
  • On to state!
  • Oh man. Those guys are good
  • Astoria blows!
  • Haha! no.
  • Quiet down girls.
  • Then I'm with my family playing with my nieces and nephew, and visiting with my grandparents who live in Seaside too.
  • I'm gonna get you!
  • zzzzz
  • On Sundays my family goes to Catholic church. And when my aunts, uncles, and cousins are all here we fill the whole church.
  •  My parents have been married for 28 years and raised my two older sisters and me. My oldest sister Sarah is five years older than me who I have always been close to and looked up to. My other older sister is three and half years older than me, she has always been a mom to me but we still always have a lot of fun together. 
  • Now I am adult having a coffee with a new member of my team project.
  • Hi there, it's nice to meet you. Let me buy your coffee.
  • Why thank you! It's nice to meet you too. I can tell we are going to be great friends.
  • I have lived on the coast in Seaside, Oregon just about my entire life. My friends and I would often go out to the beach to hang out and escape. My friends have always been close and help mold who I am today.
  • I am having a discussion with my team and they are arguing their different opnions
  • Lebron is the best ever!
  • What are you talking about!? Jordan is way better than Lebron.
  • Sports dominated my life from age six to eighteen, but I enjoyed just about every second. I played football, baseball, basketball, and golf competitively. Sports showed me what results can come from hard work and determination, as well as how a team should work and function successfully.
  • I am back at home now watching Jeopardy with my grandma. 
  • What is Columbus!?
  • The capital of Ohio.
  • My goodness! This boy is sharp
  • Whenever I am home in Seaside I get to hangout with my grandparents who I have always stayed very close to. They are huge influences on everyone in my family having been together for nearly sixty years and showing us unconditional love and kindness. I also get to see my nieces and nephew who always put a huge smile on my face, and soon my sister Sophie will give me another niece or nephew.
  • I returned to school to get to work on my portion of the project.
  • Oh man, my laptop died from working for hours with no charger. I better go to the library computer to finish up.
  • I was raised Roman Catholic as my parents both were when they were raised. I have quite a bit of extended family on both my mom’s and dad’s side that we keep in touch with regularly. I have always been able to count on my aunts, uncles, and cousins to be there for me.
  • My team just finished presenting our project to a group of international business people
  • Great work on your project! What would you think about moving to Spain and working for me on a diverse team of international business people?
  • Awesome! We got a perfect score!
  • One strength I have if that I am easy to be around. I would say that I am easy to talk to and comfortable around new people. This goes with my overall easy-going personality that developed from my wide variety of friends and kindness of my family.
  • The first meeting with my new team in Spain where we all just get to know one another
  • Another strength of mine is being understanding or empathetic to others. I always try to imagine myself in someone else’s position when conflict arises and try to understand where they are coming from. My friends always had differing opinions growing up and I was usually the impartial voice of reason.
  • Down the road a ways on our project I asked my team member to fix a mistake on his part 
  • Hi there, I think you are doing an awesome job! but I believe I found a slight error, would you like to work on it together?
  • I understand why you both feel that way, but it's a hard comparison since they played in different eras.
  • I believe I am quite sharp. I have a really good memory and I am able to make connections or correlations really quick. In a team setting this allows me to become a better problem solver and understand the subject matter. 
  • Our first project was a success, now we get to pick the next project
  • Alright everybody, lets go around one by one giving your best ideas and writing them up here.
  • My next strength is that I am self-disciplined and resourceful. I stuck these two together because self-discipline to me means being responsible for myself and my responsibilities and being resourceful in finding ways to complete my responsibilities in any way possible.
  • I would say another strength of mine would be that I am adventurous, or at least not afraid of trying new things. I don’t mind taking some risks and doing something completely new. Ever since I was a kid all I wanted to do is travel and experience the world, and nothing has changed.   
  • That sounds awesome!
  • When I join a new team the first thing I believe needs to happen is to get familiar with each other. For the team to perform at its best all the members on the team must feel safe and comfortable.
  • Next is to stay positive with words and body. This is important on any team but more so when the team is made up of diverse members. When members of a team can’t fully understand someone its much more comfortable trying to understand them when they have good posture and a smile on their face.
  • Why thank you, and yes, I would like you to help fix this error.
  • Finally, I think inclusion and involvement is necessary for a diverse team to work at its full potential. So making sure everyone gives their input and is heard. 
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